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State polio free, now !
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State polio free, now !

Imphal, Feb 27 : India was officially declared Polio Free by the World Health Organisation on March 27, 2014 placing itself among the 11 countries in the South East Asian region which have been certified as being free of the polio virus. The State ... Sangai Express, 5 hours ago

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Music fans should cut their intake to just one hour a day: WHO

The World Health Organisation has urged young people to limit listening to personal audio devices to one hour a day. (9NEWS) A new report by the World Health Organisation suggests that people should listen to music for no longer than one hour a ... hour ago You should only be listening to one hour of (quiet) music a day  TheJournal.ie5 hours ago One billion young people at risk of hearing loss from loud music  My.NewsHub.org14 hours ago Only listen to music for an hour to stop yourself going deaf health experts  Panorama.am9 hours ago

Vuvuzelas can make you deaf, warns WHO official

THE vuvuzela got short shrift from the World Health Organisation yesterday, when the prestigious body warned sports fans that their hearing could be ruined by the trumpets and deliberate attempts to increase stadium noise. Their advice? Start ...
 IOL4 hours ago Vuvuzelas a danger to fans' hearing, says WHO  NewsHub South Africa1 day ago

WHO marks 10 years of tobacco control

Health Correspondent The World Health Organisation yesterday celebrated 10 years of implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in the African region. Tobacco kills an estimated 6 million people every year but due to ...
 Zimbabwe Herald18 hours ago WHO Marks 10 Years of Tobacco Control  Individual.com17 hours ago Zimbabwe: WHO Marks 10 Years of Tobacco Control  AllAfrica.com18 hours ago

WHO pushes for use of smart syringes to reduce infections

The World Health Organisation has unveiled a new policy and global campaign on the safety of injections, with the aim of cutting infections from diseases such as HIV and hepatitis. Under the new policy, WHO is urging countries to adopt ...
 East African4 hours ago WHO Releases New Syringe Safety Policy to Prevent Disease  Inter Press Service1 day ago WHO seeks USD 1 bn more for four conflict-hit countries  Business Standard4 days ago WHO calls for 'smart' syringes to stem deadly diseases  Business Standard5 days ago
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WHO: Fewer than 100 new cases of Ebola diagnosed

There were 99 new confirmed cases of Ebola across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone last week, the World Health Organisation has
 ITV.com3 days ago New evidence helps health workers in the fight against Ebola  Health Canal19 hours ago Number of new Ebola cases rises for first time in 2015: WHO  Business Standard3 weeks ago Ebola Cases on Rise for First Time This Year, Says World Health Organisation  NDTV3 weeks ago

Shocking! Pollution poses huge risk to Health, can reduce your lifespan by 3 years

New Delhi, Feb 21: In a shocking news it has been revealed that India's high air pollution is among the worst in the world which can reduce lifespans of its citizens by 3 years. This alarming news has come to fore a month after US authorities had ...
 Oneindia5 days ago High air pollution cuts most Indian lives by 3 years  Business Standard1 week ago High air pollution reduces most Indian lives by three years  DNA1 week ago 13 cities in India among world's most polluted  Rediff.com1 week ago

WHO 'Carefully Watching' Swine Flu Situation in India

World Health Organisation (WHO) is "carefully watching" the swine flu situation in India with close to 15,000 people having come down with the disease so far this year even though it said that there are "no signs" yet of the makings of a large outbreak of the ...
 Outlook4 days ago Swine flu: WHO 'carefully watching' situation in India  DNA4 days ago Swine flu outbreak not massive, but India treads with caution  Economic Times21 hours ago V-Day alert: Hugs, handshakes kisses may spread swine flu; WHO Advisory Warns Against Human Contact  Times of India4 weeks ago
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World Health Organisation: Time for reflection, reform and realistic expectations

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has come under criticism for its handling of Ebola crisis. Donors, international activists, national programs, CDC, and other key stakeholders were surprised about the slow response to an epidemic. If it was not ...
 The Hill3 days ago World Health Organisation approves first rapid Ebola test  ITV.com1 week ago WHO approves 15-minute Ebola test - World News  NewsHub South Africa1 week ago Ebola: World Health Organisation approves 'breakthrough' 15-minute test  ABC Radio Australia1 week ago

WHO urges shift to single-use smart syringes

The World Health Organisation has called for junking of multiple usage syringes and a carpet usage of smart syringes that break after one use by 2020. Reusing syringes leads to more than two million people being infected with diseases, including HIV and ...
 Times of India4 days ago
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